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Buy Flights in MALAYSIAN RINGGIT with Alternative Airlines

 

Book flights in Malaysian ringgit with Alternative Airlines. We offer flights from over 600 airlines and allow you to pay in more than 160 different currencies, including Malaysian ringgit

How to Book flights in MALAYSIAN RINGGIT

To buy flights in Malaysian ringgit, follow these two simple steps.

STEP 1

Change the currency that you're searching in to Malaysian ringgit by using Alternative Airlines' currency changer (highlighted in red at the top of the page).

Fill out where and when you want to fly and click 'search flights'.

Alternative Airlines currency changer Malaysian ringgit

STEP 2

All flights prices will now be displayed in MYR.

To finalise your booking and pay for your flights in Malaysian ringgit, click on the flight that you'd like to purchase, confirm your selection and follow the instructions on the next page. 

Alternative Airlines Malaysian ringgit search results page

About MALAYSIAN RINGGIT (MYR)

The Malay name Ringgit became the official currency name in Malaysia in 1975. You can now pay in Ringgits for your travel arrangements with Alternative Airlines. Pay in Malaysian Ringgits with Alternative Airlines. The Ringgit, unofficially called the Malaysian Dollar, has been Malaysia’s official currency since 1975. Malaysia replaced the Spanish silver dollar with the Indian Rupee in 1837. After 30 years the country decided to reintroduce the Spanish silver dollar.

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